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Options December 9, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options         0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Catatonic Youth  Control My Gun   Options The World's Lousy With Ideas Vol. 5 (V/A) 7"  Almost Ready Records      0:02:28 (Pop-up)
Eagles of Death Metal  Speaking In Tongues   Options Peace Love and Death Metal  AntAcidAudio      0:03:43 (Pop-up)
Ghost Rider  dont know how to type or translate these characters   Options anthology of myanmar punk rock vol.1 7"  tian an men 89  split w/ The Ants    0:06:27 (Pop-up)
D'Bahmulla  Marlene Scheuffele   Options Schnabbls  Yahoo      0:08:45 (Pop-up)
The Feeling of Love  A:1   Options The Rape Man 7''  Florida's Dying    *   0:10:22 (Pop-up)
Children's Hospital  Unseen   Options Alone Together  Sacred Bones    *   0:11:57 (Pop-up)
Cro Magnon  Groundline   Options XXperiments (V/A)      *   0:15:45 (Pop-up)
Half Japanese  I Know How It Feels, Bad   Options Loud and Horrible  Drag City      0:17:34 (Pop-up)
Black Time  The Days Are Too Long And The Nights Are Too SHort   Options Double Negative  In The Red    *   0:19:57 (Pop-up)
The Nerves  When You Find Out   Options One Way Ticket  Alive    *   0:22:54 (Pop-up)
Islaja  Melodi Melodika   Options Split 7'' w/ TV-Resistori  Fonal      0:24:48 (Pop-up)
State of Desire  Fascination   Options 7'' comp w/ The Massk, The Singing Plumber Dance Band, and The Cucumbers  Musica Productions      0:34:46 (Pop-up)
Adolf Filter  Kung i Drift   Options The Other Hand On The Knob 7'' EP  Petit Enfant      0:38:45 (Pop-up)
Max Tundra  Glycaemic Index Blues   Options Parallax Error Beheads You  Domino    *   0:41:19 (Pop-up)
Mattress  It's Coming Down   Options Heavy Duty  Reluctant    *   0:44:22 (Pop-up)
Jenny Jones  Capilano Bridge   Options DJ/Rupture-Uproot  The Agriculture    *   0:46:48 (Pop-up)
Wicked Witch  X Rated   Options Chaos: 1978-86  Em    *   0:49:19 (Pop-up)
Mary Halverson Trio  Sweeter Than You   Options Dragon's Head  Firehouse 12  Live on Long Rally w/ Scott McDowell tomorrow nite!  *   0:52:55 (Pop-up)
Eeyore Ass Guzzler  Broken Fence Of The Battered And Buried   Options Caroliner Rainbow Tongue On The Fingermill Of The Paste Demon Split 7  Eerie Materials      0:56:31 (Pop-up)
Barnacled  Losing Weight Through Prayer   Options Charles  ESP-Disk  Live on Talk's Cheap next week!  *   1:02:22 (Pop-up)
            1:11:07 (Pop-up)
Black Time  Girls In The Garage   Options Dance Party 7''  Girls In The Garage    *   1:17:29 (Pop-up)
Terakaft  Djer Aman   Options Akh Issudar  World Village    *   1:20:17 (Pop-up)
Hans Reichel  Life Without Lychees   Options Made to Order - Bethany Rykers 2008 WFMU Marathon Premium  WFMU  performed on Daxophone    1:23:17 (Pop-up)
Larkin Grimm  Be My Host   Options Parplar  Young God  played an awesome live set on Dan Bodah's show Nov 16th  *   1:27:38 (Pop-up)
U Can Unlearn Guitar  She Don't Know About Art   Options No Strings  Yelpco      1:30:28 (Pop-up)
Medication  Fog   Options Don't Die 7"  HoZac    *   1:33:21 (Pop-up)
Grouper  Imposter In The Sky   Options Wide  Free Porcupine Society      1:37:56 (Pop-up)
  Gagaku: Taiheiraku no kyu   Japanese Traditional Music: Gagaku/Buddhist Chant/Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai  World Arbiter    *   1:44:48 (Pop-up)
Psychatrone Rhonedakk  Torsades Du Point   Options American Primitive Electronics  Black Plastic Sound    *   1:47:05 (Pop-up)
Dan Deacon  Crank It   Options split 7'' w/ Future Islands  307 Knox    *   1:50:58 (Pop-up)
Pink Reason  Borrowed Time   Options 7''    Kevin Failure is Brian's guest today 3-6pm    2:01:09 (Pop-up)
The Yolks  I Do What I Do   Options WFMU Presents the Free Music Archive Sampler Vol. 2 (V/A)  WFMU  from a 7'' from Criminal IQ. download this comp at freemusicarchive.org  *   2:02:16 (Pop-up)
Golden Triangle  Prize Fighter   Options 7''  Rob's House    *   2:04:55 (Pop-up)
Bolmongani  Angel Duster   Options Bolmongani  Beyonder  Ryan, drummer of Paik, solo  *   2:06:41 (Pop-up)
Hellfire  Charger   Options split w/ Noxagt        2:09:58 (Pop-up)
Z'ev  side a excerpt   Options Outer Bounds of Sound  Noiseville    *   2:14:40 (Pop-up)
Irene Moon  Dentist Auk (excerpt from the AUK Theatre)   Options split 7'' w/ Ortho  Ignivomous  picturedisc w/ insects    2:19:49 (Pop-up)
Azusa Plane  United States Direct Investment In Other Countries   Options split 7'' w/ Loopdrop  Rocket Girl      2:23:15 (Pop-up)
LSD Mossel  66 Moules Dans Le Carroussel   Options Sonic Protest  Dual Plover    *   2:29:17 (Pop-up)
Heater  Wine and Roses/Caught   Options First Tongue  Hungry Moth    *   2:32:24 (Pop-up)
The Bran Flakes  Don Knotts   Options I Have Hands  Illegal Art    *   2:34:21 (Pop-up)
Blue Ash  Smash My Guitar   Options No More, No Less  Collector's Choice Music    *   2:35:05 (Pop-up)
Franco & Le Tpok Jazz  Boma L'heure   Options Frankophonic: On Entre O.K.  Stern's Music  1970  *   2:47:22 (Pop-up)
Ohioan & Native Kin  Light In The Wind (Serpent Mound Revival)   Options Being of the Good River  Casanova Temptations    *   2:52:52 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:01am annie:

no comments please
  9:03am annie:

morning jason....morning everyone..
  9:04am Raf:

Morning, Jason!
  9:05am Jason:

Hey Raf! Hey Annie, Wait, you want me to turn off comments?
  9:05am risky!:

nice sounds jay. first time listener, first time being up this early... rock it the funk out!
  9:07am Andy Brodie:

Enjoying some morning rock with my coffee in Iowa City. Have a good one!
  9:08am pat radio:

Columbus, Ohio, reporting in.
  9:09am annie:

no jason, i was just being presidential..hey iowa city, i almost went there last week for a seminar.
  9:11am Andy B:

Well, it's been cold, and it's icy this morning, so you might be better off in possibly warmer climes. Off to work. Happy Tuesday to all.
  9:12am gary Kahn:

that Catatonic Youth song rocked! great way to start the day. it's all downhill from here.
  9:20am paulthepostman:

Good morning, afternoon and evening Jason and posters!
  9:21am Curious:

Is there a Fleetwood Mac of Death Metal? Maybe a Boz Scaggs of Death Metal? Just asking.
  9:21am annie:

hi PTP>
  9:23am paulthepostman:

Hi annie, how's being a nice citizen to the troll lady who lives at the bottom of the hill going?!
  9:25am annie:

actually, i grok her in some way. i had a great chat w/her hubby. she is within her rights, but still intransigent in her postition. bummer, but what it is.. :)
  9:26am annie:

i am determined to understand her, then get her to dig me as well..
  9:26am paulthepostman:

yeah, cool.
  9:27am annie:

time will tell, and perhaps she will thaw along with winter..
  9:31am Patrick:

hey jason, im sure you get this question all the time, but what is the sample from in your bed music?

great show so far!
  9:32am panda123:

DJ Speaks is my favorite! Good morning!
  9:37am paulthepostman:

Well annie, 8 hours of slog is behind me!
Parents eve t'nite with Tom my 16yr old. He's a cool musician/artist. I think 16 years of gentle/firm nurturing is starting to pay off...notwithstanding several expulsions from several schools along the way!
  9:38am annie:

aahhh, i smell a free-thinker!! way to go pop! what are his fave bands?
  9:44am paulthepostman:

Well, he likes lyrics, you know annie...Dylans 'Hurricane', thru to dub reggae and all stuff that goes well with a little herb stalk, yeah, he's def a free thinker!
  9:47am annie:

at 16, that's not bad at all.. the hardest part of parenting is the unconditional love part. herb stalk is only bad if it is controlling. hope the meeting goes well tonight. i for one hate a formal programmed education where we are taught what to think rather than thinking for ourselves.. i was unhappy when mine wanted to stay in school as opposed to home-schooling; he turned out great even though..
  9:52am dc pat:

3 pats today...something must be done.
  9:54am paulthepostman:

Annie, I have 3 from two previous long relationships: Joanna is 24 and a theatre designer (has just spent a year with The Royal Shakespeare Co.) Jack is 21 and is taking a degree up in Leeds in 'How to spend Foreign Aid Wisely in the Developing World (he wants to travel)! And there you have it; I'm getting younger..!
  9:54am annie:

hi pat #3; you gonna get warm temps today, as well?
  9:56am paulthepostman:

3 Pats, Pat?
  9:56am anie:

PTP. you surely have done well, my son. steer him to the website wiserearth.org. many great net-working opportunities there. (and i've created a group, too. )
  9:57am dc pat:

yeah, it's warming up. Funny story: I was fixin' to go see Ray Davies last night when the spouse calls and says the heat isn't working. I call the guy I was going to see Ray with and HIS heat isn't working. I spend a while messin' around and find out the pilot light is out. I light it and then go over to guy's house and HIS pilot light is out! What do you think of that?
  9:59am annie:

it's the arctic winds, pat in DC. one fell swoop..
  9:59am paulthepostman:

Will do Annie, thanks. We are all meeting up for Xmas.
Yeah, its the winds.
  10:00am annie:

you will enjoy it. and it wouldn't surprise me at all if your kids and mine knew each other in an offhand way..
  10:02am dc pat:

I think it's Ray Davies
  10:03am annie:

yeah, he blew 'em away. it was the pre-show show. did you make it to the show?
  10:05am dc pat:

no, when we were done fixing things we got too comfortable w/ some tequila and decided to stay put. Lame, I know.
  10:06am paulthepostman:

Fortunately my boiler is facing downwind from prevailing.
Pity bout missing Ray, Pat...
Yeah Annie, I feel that too about the children,
  10:07am paulthepostman:

Domesticity Rules!
  10:08am annie:

pat, what fun that must have been. PTP- empty nest is a funny thing...
  10:09am paulthepostman:

$40 is a lot of dosh to come back to a cooold house Pat!
  10:11am annie:

funny, i'm sitting here thinking: this music has been wonderful, really nice.. fits in with the mood..
  10:11am paulthepostman:

Funny is one explanation of it Annie!
  10:12am dc pat:

right you are ptp, plus I must have seen the Kinks about 5 times in the 70's, 80's...
annie: kind of gives you a better sense of reality sitting around the radiator waiting to see if it heats up, throwing back fire water.
  10:13am annie:

right out of jack london or farley mowat..
  10:14am paulthepostman:

Washed thru 'n over me in a not unpleasant way too.
  10:15am annie:

yeah, like it belonged there. .. symbiosis is great!
  10:17am Vladimir:

Hey, first time listener here. What are you playing behind your voice?
  10:17am annie:

and to some extent, music is far more intoxicating than any drug.
  10:18am paulthepostman:

Jason, your wish is our enslavement!
  10:21am Bruce from Capitol Hill:

Good morning all. Great show Jason!
  10:24am Jason:

the background music is a loop of the opening riff to Faust - Just A Second (Starts LIke That) from Faust IV
  10:28am bzul:

Heard this note in the news this morning (although it's a month old): Hearing music you like expands diameter of blood vessels. Hearing unfavored music narrows 'em.
Feeling wide now.
  10:29am dc pat:

Gaad, no wonder I'm so unhealthy...
  10:30am annie:

you've heard of the water crystal experiment, right? music has definite effects on water crytals....
  10:33am annie:

  10:36am annie:

and cows!! they love radio, who'd a thunk?
  10:38am annie:

the hell with bovine growth hormone, give em mozart..
  10:41am dc pat:

they're still going to consume too much water and fart too much.
  10:43am annie:

i know some dairy famers who are reverting back the the cyclical way of herding. let em dry out for winter and freshen em again in the spring.. i've been blessed to know farmers who still range their cattle in winter out on the fields..
  10:45am annie:

more grass, less gas...
more grain, more pain.
  10:48am DJ Truth or Dairy:

Cannonball Udderly?
Bossy Nova!
  10:48am dc pat:

right, we should eat the grain. good to hear.
  10:49am annie:

see, it's why i hang out here.... :)
  10:49am paulthepostman:

My mother used to sing to 'em while milking 'em!!!
  10:56am bzul:

I don't drink the milk, but be interestin' to taste test ice-cream from different cows that got Tuvan throat-singing vs. Bach vs. Eartha Kitt vs. Osmonds vs. Weather Report....
  10:57am annie:

word up bzul, and i know the people that can do that!!! you talkin raw milk right?
  11:06am bzul:

No doubt the homogenumbing and pasteurwhacking would alter or cancel flavor conjured by the barn playlist. I'd sample ice cream from the raw product for an experiment in musical influence.
  11:06am Parq:

Most cows that I've seen get commercial C&W or cheesy white gospel ("praise music", as they now call it). Sigh.
  11:09am annie:

i'll get right on that bzul. them must be mid=western type cows eh parq?
  11:10am bzul:

That milk'd be extry EXTRY white. Need a cow whisperer to take requests and make mixtapes. What do we want?Autonomous programming for cows. When do we want it? NOW!
  11:11am annie:

give em all ipods.
  11:12am Parq:

And that doesn't even take into account the ones who get no music at all, just right-wing-rant radio.
  11:14am annie:

that would be the sour-milk part of the production.
  11:14am GP:

Busy day today..checkin in late, good morning all.
  11:16am north guinea hills:

where have i been?
  11:16am bzul:

And anyone asking the stock if they want more cowbell should be fined and sentenced to stall-mucking community service.
  11:17am Parq:

Exactly, Annische. Milk tastes like crankcase drippings? Bossie was subjected to Hannity.
  11:19am annie:

when we were kids, we would walk up the hill each AM and get the milk from the first milking for breakfast. the farmer had the local pop station on.. and each cow knew exactly where her stall was.
  11:22am bzul:

Major childhood threat from Dad was that we would move to a farm and have to rise at five for milking. I was afraid -- of 5:00 AM waking and working, not of cows.
  11:23am Parq:

Harry should get an Uzi and take out the shipping department.
  11:24am Parq:

Bz, we had the opposite situation. Five-year-old me thought it would be fun to live on a farm, but Mom grew up on one during the dustbowl era and knew better.
  11:24am annie:

i so totally feel your pain bzul.
  11:25am paulthepostman:

5.00 am, don't remind me bzul!
  11:26am dc pat:

I still want to live on a farm but am stuck...
  11:26am annie:

all five kids at this one farm i know are ready to fly the coop.. and not the henhouse... conversely, i know alot of young people who were raised on farms and went back to that simple life when they grew up. just not so many head of cattle..
  11:27am north guinea hills:

it's been nair a half a fortyear since i've heard azusa plane, now i remember how much i dig them!
  11:28am annie:

this music is doing some wonderful things to my brain
  11:35am paulthepostman:

32k is almost a whole minute behind 128k here!
  11:36am GP:

Program I heard on NPR..talked about a "farm internship" for people who hook up with farmers willing to train the individual in the ways of the farm. Eventually you will get the farm as yours. This is for farmers who have no kin to pass the farm to. Unfortunately most people who have done it don't stay with it...it is VERY hard work.
  11:36am dc pat:

yeah, I always listen to 32k and I feel like I'm a step behind everyone else.
  11:38am GP:

Yeah for 20K! But 20k of FMU is better than 128k of anything else!
  11:39am Raf:

What a strange song that was.
  11:41am annie:

GP- there is a farm./restaurant near me that is taking on up to 5 interns to teach them the nitty gritty. i think it's a great idea.. getting back to basics, it seems..
  11:45am Ryan:

YO! Will you play the Dan Deacon side of the new split 7" he's got out? Some seriously funny / awesome stuff on there! I'd love to hear it.
  11:45am ?:

Also using Windows stream this week on substitute machine instead of 128K on my troubled regular work station.
Ahoy, how are things there 60 seconds in the future? Economy turned around?
  11:46am GP:

That is cool Annie. My cousin works for Heifer International doing their organic farm project. She also has students that work with her. It s amazing that so many kids think their food comes from a grocery store or a fast food restaurant and can't see beyond that.

Jason: 2nd for Dan Deacon!
  11:46am annie:

i'm plunked happily in my 128k stream.. hardly ever lets me down
  11:47am paulthepostman:

? - several times!
  11:48am Tony Escalante:

Geez. I figured Liz Berg was the master droner at the station. This Jason fellow's gonna give her a run for her money.
  11:49am paulthepostman:

My ears are not what they used to be but 128 gives me everything I need.
  11:49am Jason:

Not sure what you mean by droner but thanks Tony Escalante
  11:51am Raf:

I was just listening to Franco yesterday! What a champ, that guy.
  11:51am risky!:

stoner droner
  11:52am annie:

i'd have the headphones on, but i have to listen for that once-a-year visit from the valley folk.. woohoo i get to see my kid this week, i just remembered!!
  11:54am paulthepostman:

Is that right, Jason?
  11:55am risky!:

banned in NJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11:56am Jason:

wait whuut?
  12:00pm Ike:

Nice sounds. In particular, that Azusa Plane really helped put me in a zone so I could desperately race to catch up on work.
  12:05pm Jason:

Thanks Ike! Thanks for listening and chiming in on the cheap talk!
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